BEST BUY!! FABULOUS extra-large home and property on cul-de-sac, minutes to freeway, downtown Chula Vista, schools, shopping, restaurants and ocean! This single-level has hardwood floors, is easy to convert to 3 bed, 2 bath inside without expanding outside, plus huge backyard-room for pool/spa & favorite pick up games. See this classic home today that needs very little TLC & make it just the way you want! Perfect investment — appliances transfer.
RARE FIND in the gated community of Oak Park, with views!! Ready as a rental or primary residence! Perfect for college students!! SUPER serene, relaxing, green canyon view from back yard and bedroom windows!! New roof from one year ago! 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath, with fireplace, 2-car garage and private fenced patio makes this a GREAT BUY!! SEE THIS ONE NOW!! VRM*Seller Will Entertain Offers Between $345,000 & $369,876. See the MLS listing here.
Location, Location!! Perfect San Diego get away to experience the So Cal mountain country style living with winters not as severe as high elevations, but just right. The ocean is less than an hour relaxing drive away, where you can hit the beaches & camp with your RV!! Lake fishing is near at Lake Cuyamaca and others close by. Enjoy this like new, lightly used, & well cared for handicap friendly home that has it all with about 1/3 acre useable flat area for horse arena, corral, and barn.
“If you’ve been on the fence about buying a home, 2016 is the year to take the plunge.Mortgage rates have been bouncing around record lows for a while now. But even though they’re likely to start going up, you haven’t missed your chance to get a deal on a house.
“A number of factors are coming together, making next year a good time to buy:”
1. Home prices will still go up, but should slow down
“Home sales dropped significantly in January compared to December, according to new housing statistics from the Greater San Diego Association of REALTORS® (SDAR).
“…The number of previously owned single-family homes sold dropped 36 percent in January. Condominiums and townhouses fell similarly. Further, single-family home sales were down about 10 percent compared to January of 2014.
“The silver lining is that prices remain stable. The median price of single-family homes in San Diego County ticked up to an even $500,000, and condos and townhomes were virtually unchanged from December, at $332,000.” (“The median price of single-family homes in San Diego County ticked up to an even $500,000”. San Diego Union-Tribune. http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2015/feb/16/sdar-home-sales-down-in-volume-up-in-price/. 16 Feb. 2015.)